Wednesday, August 20, 2014

WW- In My Garden














13 comments:

Bijoux said...

So pretty! I miss our bleeding heart at our old house. We have never been able to have any lillies due to the deer. How are your hydrangea? We have had only one bloom out of 5 bushes! Polar vortex?

Tabor said...

Wowie...the first is certainly my fav.

Kat said...

Bijoux- My hydrangeas are doing well. Well, the ones that survived the work men that were working on the front of our house. They trampled two of my hydrangea bushes but I am determined to bring them (the bushes, that is) back next year.

Tabor- Yes! The first one (and the last two) is definitely my favorite. Bleeding hearts have been a favorite of mine since I was a little kid. And I love the light in that pic. :)

Riahli said...

Your garden looks amazing! Love all the pictures. I fixed my blog, put it back to public. :) I thought that setting meant only people with blogger accounts could leave comments, oops. I might make it private at a later date, and if I do I'll definitely add you. :) Thanks for leaving me a message so I knew what was going on!

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betty said...

Such a beautiful colorful garden you have!

betty

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

Beautiful garden. Beautiful photos. :-)

Slamdunk said...

Wow, vivid colors. We have been rather dry the past few months so despite cooler temps, our flowers are nowhere near yours.

Elaine Alguire said...

GORGEOUS!!! Now, can I come to your garden and sit and have a cup of coffee or 2 with you?

Wisconsin Girl said...

Stunning! My flowers need some work!

Stephanie Faris said...

SO beautiful! I don't have a green thumb, so I just admire everyone else's hard work.

lime said...

beautiful! i admire gardens of people who have skill!

RandomWith Jack said...

Wow, amazing flowers !

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